AEW Dark Results (04/04) - Willie Mack Vs. Serpentico, AR Fox Vs. Peter Avalon, Toni Storm Vs. Kiera Hogan And More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results of "AEW Dark" on April 4 2023, coming to you from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida!

Willie Mack will be making his return to AEW programming tonight for the first time since defeating Joe Keys on the February 28 edition of "Dark" as he collides with Spanish Announce Project's Serpentico.

After joining forces with Metalik and Blake Christian in a losing effort to The Embassy for the Ring of Honor World Six-Man Tag Team Championship at "Supercard of Honor" last Friday, AR Fox looks to redeem himself tonight as he takes on The Wingmen's "Pretty" Peter Avalon. Another member of The Wingmen is set for action tonight, as Cezar Bononi will be going head-to-head with Dark Order's Evil Uno in light of Uno's more aggressive attitude over the past few weeks. Tony Nese and Ari Daivari will be teaming up once again to take on Terry Yaki and Jay Lucas while The Firm's Lee Moriarty squares off with Invictus Khash.

After helping her fellow Outcasts teammate Ruby Soho to score the win over Willow Nightingale this past Wednesday on "AEW Dynamite", Toni Storm looks to bring home a victory of her own when she collides with Kiera Hogan. Elsewhere in the women's division, Leila Grey will be going one-on-one with Ameera amidst her and TBS Champion Jade Cargill's issues with Taya Valkyrie.

We are live! Taz and Excalibur greet audiences at home as "Pretty" Peter Avalon heads to the ring. AR Fox follows.

AR Fox vs. Peter Avalon

The bell rings and Avalon delivers a boot to Fox's midsection. He follows it up with several right hands to his spine and a bodyslam. Fox fires back with a big boot before Avalon rolls to the outside. Fox goes flying over the top to level Avalon, then drapes him on the ring apron and executes a leg drop off the top rope. Fox trips Avalon, but Avalon retaliates with a superkick.

The action spills to the outside before Avalon delivers a tope suicida. He tosses Fox back in the ring, then delivers a crossbody off the top. He follows it up with a pair of chops. Fox returns the favor, but Avalon rakes his eyes and hits a snap suplex. He sits Fox on the top turnbuckle and joins him up there, but Fox slips out of the way and gets behind Avalon. Avalon fights him off and looks for a moonsault, but Fox rolls out of the way. He then delivers a roundhouse kick and a pair of cutters, but Avalon catches him with a Death Valley Driver on the apron. Fox then ascends to the top and looks for a 450 Splash, but Avalon rolls out of the way and Fox lands on his feet. Avalon looks to roll him up, but Fox reverses the fall. Avalon manages to pin Fox once more, but Fox reverses the momentum for the win.

Winner: AR Fox

Serpentico and Luther head to the ring, followed by Willie Mack.

Willie Mack vs. Serpentico (w/ Luther)

The bell rings and the two lock up. Mack delivers a shoulder tackle, then delivers a chop and an arm drag. He follows it up with a bodyslam and another chop, then hits a back heel kick and goes for a pin. Serpentico kicks out, and Luther hops up on the apron. Mack clocks him, allowing Serpentico to attack him from behind. Serpentico targets Mack leg before Mack delivers a huge back body drop. He follows it up with a lariat and a Samoan Drop. Mack kips up, but his leg gives out. He manages to pull off a standing moonsault and goes for a pin, but Serpentico kicks out.

Serpentico ascends to the top and delivers a senton atomico, then follows it up with a dropkick to Mack's knee. He looks for a crossbody off the middle rope, but Mack catches him and delivers a powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Willie Mack

Leila Grey heads to the ring, with Ameera already waiting inside.

Leila Grey vs. Ameera

The bell rings and Grey wastes no time. She dropkicks Ameera into the corner, then fires off several stomps and sends her head repeatedly bouncing off the top rope. She follows it up with a suplex and a boot to her midsection, but Ameera manages to deliver a lariat. Grey responds with a facebuster for the win.

Winner: Leila Grey

Tony Nese, Josh Woods, Ari Daivari, and "Smart" Mark Sterling head to the ring, with Terry Yaki and Jay Lucas already waiting inside.

Tony Nese and Ari Daivari (w/ Josh Woods and Mark Sterling) vs. Terry Yaki and Jay Lucas

Nese and Yaki begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Nese trips Yaki and tags in Daivari before he and Nese plant Yaki with a double suplex. Daivari delivers a knee to Yaki's midsection, then tags Nese back in. Nese and Daivari fire off right hands, and Daivari tags himself back in. The pair deliver a series of stomps, and Nese tags himself in. Lucas tags in on his side and fires off elbows on Nese, but Nese whips him into the corner, where Daivari is waiting with a kick to his jaw. Nese then delivers an uppercut and tosses him over to Daivari, who catches him with a cutter for the win.

Winner: Tony Nese and Ari Daivari

Lee Moriarty heads to the ring, with Invictus Khash already waiting inside.

Lee Moriarty vs. Invictus Khash

The bell rings and the two lock up. Moriarty delivers an arm drag before the two go back and forth with submission holds. Moriarty locks in a Full Nelson, but Khash escapes and trips Moriarty. He goes for a pin, but Moriarty kicks out. Moriarty and Khash then roll one another up, but Moriarty manages to sneakily low blow Khash while being pinned. He then delivers a leg lariat for the win.

Winner: Lee Moriarty

We head backstage to Tony Nese, Josh Woods, Ari Daivari, and "Smart" Mark Sterling standing by with Tony Schiavone. Schiavone asks the four men if Daivari is part of the Varsity Athleres, and Sterling says he is, but clarifies that he is still the leader of The Trustbusters. 

Cezar Bononi heads to the ring, followed by Evil Uno.

Evil Uno vs. Cezar Bononi

The bell rings and Uno wastes no time. He delivers a boot to Bononi, then follows it up with a series of chops. Bononi fires back with a gutbuster and a running knee, then goes for a pin but Uno kicks out. Bononi delivers a couple of overhand chops, and the two men spill to the outside where Bononi delivers a knee. He tosses Uno into the ring steps, and the two get back in the ring. Uno fires off right hands before Bononi delivers a powerbomb. Uno responds with a boot and a chop, then sends Bononi into the top turnbuckle face first and hits a splash. He delivers a lariat and a delayed piledriver for the win.

Winner: Evil Uno

Kiera Hogan heads to the ring, followed by Toni Storm.

Toni Storm vs. Kiera Hogan

The bell rings and Storm wastes no time. She sends Hogan crashing into the corner, then fires off several stomps. Hogan responds with a series of forearms, but Storm whips her into the corner. Hogan slaps Storm and executes a drop toe hold, then delivers the double knees to the back of her neck and a leg drop. Storm winds up on the outside, and Hogan delivers a tope suicida. She gets her back in the ring, then ascends to the top. Storm pushes her off and delivers a hip attack that sends Hogan crashing to the outside, then meets her there and sends her colliding with the ring steps. She delivers a chop, then tosses her back in the ring.

Hogan delivers a few right hands to Storm's midsection, but Storm responds with a stomp and a pair of snap suplexes. She then hits a hair whip, but Hogan delivers a splash and a hip attack in the corner. She follows it up with a dropkick and ascends to the top, then hits a crossbody and goes for a pin. Storm kicks out and grabs onto her ankle. Hogan goes to check on her, but Storm trips her and sends her into the middle turnbuckle face first. She then follows it up with a Tornado DDT, but Hogan executes a thrust kick and a neckbreaker. Storm delivers a forearm and a dropkick, then hits a hip attack and Storm Zero for the win.

Winner: Toni Storm